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Plagued by scandal, the Kirchner administration cannot end soon enough for many Argentines.
The scandal involving Brazil’s state-owned oil company Petrobras poses a growing threat to President Dilma Rousseff’s government.
The prospect of a gold rush for American businesses in Cuba has generated support for the plan to scrap the US embargo.
For Obama to salvage his new Cuba approach, his team will have to develop and implement an actual strategy that measures up to his rhetoric without letting down American interests and ideals.
If Washington were to publicly sanction known human-rights violators, as Congress has mandated, it might prevent Venezuela’s slide toward bloody repression.
With new laws passed by the Obama administration “normalizing” our relationship with Cuba what will change for the people of Cuba?
Although President Obama’s new approach is being touted as an historic shift in U.S.-Cuba relations, all of the measures implemented thus far, serve to reinforce the status quo—legitimizing and benefiting a regime that has a 55-year track record of opposing change.
Touted as a historic shift in US-Cuba relations, ironically, the Obama administration’s latest initiatives serve to reinforce the status quo — legitimizing and benefiting a regime that has a 55-year track record of opposing change.